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by: Bernard Teo

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Sat 28 Aug 2004

Airport Express

Category : Commentary/airportExpress.txt

This is my newly-delivered Airport Express.

Plug it in, connect to broadband, connect USB Epson printer, install CD (which I'm not sure I even need to), enter some info. It just works.

No fuss, Internet access from anywhere, at home. (Nice box, too).

Posted at 4:19PM UTC | permalink

Creative Not So Creative

Category : Commentary/notsocreative.txt

Creative unveils its not-so-clever "imitation iPod" at the Comex computer show in Singapore - even down to using Garamond on the poster, similar colours to the iPod mini, and what looks like Chicago on the music player's screen. The device will remain un-mentioned here. Embarassing doesn't even come close to describing it.

Meanwhile, at the Apple booth, they're reeling in the money. These fellas are actually queueing up to give Apple some of their hard-earned cash.

Posted at 4:00PM UTC | permalink

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